KPL transfers: Sofapaka completes Ugandan signing

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The defender has signed a reported two year deal with the 2009 league champions who are keen to regain lost glory

Rodgers Aloro is the latest player to complete his move from Ugandan outfit Saints to Sofapaka FC, Goal has learnt.

The defender has signed a reported two year deal with the 2009 league champions who are keen to regain their lost glory. According to club President Elly Kalekwa, the team will continue to strengthen once a quality player is available.

"Aloko is our player, we have signed him on a two year contract, he is an experienced player who I believe will give us the much needed stability especially at the back. We are on track to the top, we will not experience last season's poor run, not again."

Morvin Otinya, Hillary Echesa, Umar Kasumba and Feni Ali are just some of the new faces in Batoto ba Mungu squad.

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